Will Sean Hannity holler for an "up or down vote" like he did when the Dems blocked Bush's Court nominations?
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On the March 2, 2005, edition of Hannity & Colmes, Sean Hannity said: "There are seven specific instances in the Constitution where they call for a supermajority. I believe it's unconstitutional to filibuster. It is not about advice and consent now to ask for a supermajority on judicial nominations. I believe that is not constitutional." Similarly, on the February 18, 2005, edition of Hannity & Colmes, Hannity asserted of the possibility of a Supreme Court nomination: "We're about to have one of the great political battles of our time. And we have this issue ... there are seven specific instances where we need a supermajority. Advice and consent is not one of those instances. But yet the Democrats continue to filibuster the president's judicial selections. When the Supreme Court vacancy occurs, the Democrats for sure are going to filibuster. What should the Republicans do?"